Classes for girls and boys aged from 18 months upwards. Fridays 10:50-11:20 at South Ascot Church Hall. Parents and carers participate with their child.
Little Bear Feet with Melody Bear classes are the perfect introduction to dance and movement for little girls and boys age 18 months upwards. The joys of dancing and singing are shared by teacher, parent and toddler as together they join Melody Bear in her journey to Nursery Rhyme Land. How will she get there? Will it be by aeroplane, car or flying carpet? Who will she meet? Will it be Humpty Dumpty or Mary Mary Quite Contrary? Delightful interpretations of traditional, familiar nursery rhymes, together with new music and songs, inspire children's natural zest for dance, movement and self expression. The use of props, mime, songs and rhymes enrich and charm the budding dancers as they take their first steps into the magical world of Melody Bear.
Melody Bear Tip Tap Toe & Groovy Moves®
Classes for girls and boys aged from 2-4 years old. Tuesdays 15:30-16:00 at South Ascot Church Hall.
Take a journey on Melody Bear’s Fun Bus stopping at the Games, Number and Musical stop. The final stop is Melody Bear’s Tip Tap Toe stop for lots of fun tap dance ideas including the ‘Boogie Woogie Bend and Bounce’, ‘Magic Shoes’, ‘Disco Bears’, ‘Hawaiian Tap’, ‘Melody Bear’s Cheerleading Song’ and her ‘Line Dancing’ to name a few. Rhythm and tempo, beats and sounds are explored in fun creative exercises in our early years tap dancing syllabus
Vanessa Gardner Academy of Dance 07734 335327 email@example.com Ballet, tap dance, modern dance - classes in Ascot, Berkshire for toddlers, children & adults. All abilities welcome.
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